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Ottawa County Court recognizes graduate

Magistrate Louis P. Wargo III presided over a special session of the Ottawa County Municipal Court Tuesday, June 25, at 10 a.m. Wargo recognized a graduate of its Benchmark Alcohol/Drug and Mental Health Intervention Court Program, the 22nd  graduate overall, after its regularly scheduled weekly session. The Court session, followed by a reception for the graduate and his supporters, honored the program’s graduate for his successful completion of the approximately two (2) year court program. Judge Frederick C. Hany II, as he’s stated in the past, noted that “Since its inception in July 2008, the Benchmark Program has served the families and citizens of Ottawa County by addressing the County’s mental health and substance abuse issues. That this is the Court’s 22nd graduate, speaks volumes, in and of itself, as to the court’s long term commitment to the families and citizens of this county.”

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Lakeside Farmers Markets

On Tuesday and Friday mornings Lakeside’s Walnut Street becomes a Farmer’s Market. Local produce and baked goods, homemade pies, flowers and herbs are available.

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EHOVE honor roll, 4th Nine Weeks, 2013

Allison Ahrens, Danbury
Mikinzie Benyak, Danbury
Porsche Donich, Danbury
Concetta Gerber, Danbury
Rex Hart, Danbury
Brandon Holmes, Danbury
Irwin Taylor, Danbury
Nicholas Macgillivray, Danbury
Shelby Woody, Danbury

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Ease and Grace at Ida Rupp

Are you talented, successful and exhausted? The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Ida Rupp Public Library invites the public to a one hour presentation by Life Coach Joan Washburn to discover how to take an inspiration to a desired outcome with Ease and Grace.

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Dick Thompson three time winner of Legacy Club

The annual Stouffer Cup golf tournament was held at the Catawba Island Club on July 13-14.  Each year, at the conclusion of 36 holes of play, one participant is singled out for having the lowest gross score versus age in years.  For 2013 Dick Thompson was recognized as the first three time winner of the Legacy Club.  Previous winners include two time winner Bud Martin. Also winning in prior years were Andy Ungar and Bob Stevens.

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Bataan Intermediate hires Halsey as new principal

The Port Clinton Schools Board of Education announced Monday morning that they will hire Geoff Halsey as Bataan Intermediate Principal. Halsey was chosen by a selection committee which included several Bataan Intermediate Teachers and school district administration. Former principal Michael Jenkins resigned at the end of the school year to take a position closer to his family.

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Victorian Inn hosting Civil War author

Native Ohioan and Civil War author Steve Harris will be the guest of honor at a wine and cheese reception starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23, at the Victorian Inn, 5622 E. Harbor Rd. in Marblehead.  Harris will speak on his research and writing of “Faded Lines of Gray”, a Civil War era historical novel set largely in the Sandusky and Erie Islands area.  Mr. Harris’ visit to Marblehead will conclude his summer Northern Ohio presentation and book signing tour in conjunction with the American Civil War Museum of Ohio in Tiffin, the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland and the Sandusky Library.

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Coastlines calendar July 18-24

Jul-Aug, Mon-Fri

Wolcott House Tours, Wolcott House, Marblehead

Jul-Aug, Tues-Sat

Daytime Island Hopping Cruise, Jackson St. Pier, Sandusky

Jul 1-Aug 2, Mon-Fri

Marblehead Lighthouse Tour, Marblehead Lighthouse, Marblehead

Jul-Aug, Tuesdays

Tuesday Evening Sunset Cruise, Jackson St. Pier, Sandusky
Wild Tuesdays, Lake Erie Islands Nature & Wildlife Center, Put-In-Bay

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Keep a close eye on elderly during heat wave

Nobody likes extreme and prolonged heat, but such conditions can be deadly for seniors. 

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) heat is the number one weather-related killer in the United States. On average, excessive heat claims more lives each year than tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and lightning combined (www.noaawatch.gov/themes/heat.php).

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